Hot News for Gamers: Destiny 2 DLC and More

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This week was full of events regarding the game updates and announcements. Make sure you haven’t missed anything.

1. Destiny 2 – Expansion I: Curse of Osiris

The plot is set around an “ancient gate” on planet Mercury. The players are promised to have a number of chances to explore the universe outside the planet and take part in various space missions. This time your main foe is a war-machine – the Vex.

Destiny 2 DLC is developed for various platforms: PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The date of release is scheduled on December 5.

2. PlayerUnknown’s Battleground 1.0

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Source: Bluehole Studio

The beginning of December will please us with one more long-expected update – the new completed version of PlayerUnknown’s Battleground 1.0 on Xbox One.

Moreover, the developers are going to announce the version made for PC at the end of December. It is promised to make both versions similar and align to each other.

While you are waiting for the new versions, Bluehole Studio has prepared for you new packs – Warrior, Accessory and Tracksuit Packs. Don’t hesitate to check it out!

3. Ubisoft Crazy Scandals

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Source: Ubisoft

Ubisoft has released a new part of Assassin’s Creed series and used two anti-piracy technologies this time.

The most powerful anti-tamper technology – Denuvo – does not cope with the task, despite all the efforts of developers. That is why Ubisoft decided to add one more anti-piracy technology of software protection – VMProtect.

Ubisoft promised it would not make any inconveniences, however, Both VMProtect and Denuvo causes an extra 30-40% and makes CPU run at 100% the whole time.

The gamers all over the world are not surprised by the fact the game is broken and has a number of bugs and crashes:

Unfortunately, the company has put the safety of their money in priority, but hasn’t taken into account the fact that two anti-piracy technologies are causing  numerous bugs and crashes for people who pay for their :

4. Paris Week 2017

This year’s Game Week is considered to be really successful as Sony announced a number of quite long-awaited and unexpected updates and in development.

Read more here.

Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? Nexter will keep you updated regarding the game news. Stay in touch!

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